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Born Doncaster. 1951.

Doncaster College of Art 1969-1970.

Newcastle Upon Tyne Polytechnic. 1970-73. Dip. AD. Fine Art. First Class Honours.

Liverpool Polytechnic. 1973-74. Post Graduate studies in Art Education. ATD. Distinction.

Elected Member of:

Royal Society of British Artists (RBA)

Manchester Academy of Fine Art (MAFA)


Nathan David Prize for Sculpture - RBA Annual Exhibition 2020


2019. Hall Place. Bexley. RBA Exhibition. May - Julyl

2019 RBA 302nd Annual Exhibition. Mall Galleries. London. July. Exhibited three bronze sculptures.

2019. M1 Gallery London. (Charing Cross and Greenwich). March - April. Royal Society of British Artists Exhibition. 

2019.Michael Heseltine Gallery. Banbury, Oxford. Exhibited prints and paintings. 

2018. Manchester Academy of Fine Art. Halifax, Dean Clough Gallery.
21st July-18th August 2018.

2018. Doddington Hall. Lincolnshire. 28th July-9th September 2018.
Six sculptures including ‘Two Forms’ Bronze.

2018 Solo Exhibition. 'Rhythm in Sculpture' Beverley Museum and Art Gallery. East Yorkshire. 5th May - 30th June. 40 sculptures with research and drawings. 

2018. RBA 301st Annual Exhibition. Mall Galleries. London. Three bronze sculptures. Elected member of Royal Society of British Artists. 

2017. Dovecote Gallery. Nottinghamshire. Two Bronzes, two plaster maquettes. 

2017. Tarpey Gallery. Castle Donnington. Leicestershire. Three Steel Sculptures. 

2017. Michael Heseltine Gallery. Banbury, Oxford. Two large bronzes, eight plaster maquettes.

2017. Le Blanc Fine Art. Melton Mowbray. Six Bronze sculptures.

2017 Cheeseburn Sculpture Park. Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Four bronzes and acrylic carving. 

2017. Station Gallery. Richmond. North Yorkshire. Selected MAFA show. Two bronzes and three bronze steel sculptures.

2017. 50 British Sculptors. Mark's Hall Estate. Colchester, Essex

One bronze and silvered steel outdoor sculpture. 

2017. Marlow Gallery. Melbourne. Bronze, steel and plaster maquettes. 

2017. RBA 300th Annual Exhibition. Mall Galleries. London. Two bronze sculptures.

2017. Stockport Art Gallery. Manchester Academy of Fine Art. Two bronze sculptures. 

2016. Spring Exhibition. Manchester Academy of Fine Art. Portico Gallery. Manchester. Exhibited one bronze and two aluminium sculptures.

2015. Late Autumn Exhibition. Blackheath Gallery. London. Exhibited five bronzes.

2015. Summer Exhibition. Manchester Academy of Fine Art. Manchester Cathedral. Exhibited three small bronzes.

2015. Patchings Arts Festival. Nottingham. Guest artist. Exhibited six bronze sculptures.

2015. Spring Exhibition. Manchester Academy of Fine Art. Portico Gallery, Manchester. Exhibited four bronzes.

2015. St John's Street Gallery. Ashbourne. Exhibited two bronzes and two plaster and wax reliefs.

May 2014. Elected to the Manchester Academy of Fine Art.


Feb 2014. St John Street Gallery, Ashbourne, Derbyshire . Exhibited five abstract bronze sculptures.


Nov 2013 - Jan 2014. Blackheath Gallery, London. Christmas Exhibition. Exhibited four abstract bronze sculptures


May 2013. Blackheath Gallery, London. Early Summer Exhibition. Exhibited four large abstract bronze sculptures.


Nov 2012-Jan 2013 Blackheath Gallery, London, exhibited five abstract bronzes.

Nov - Jan 2012 Byrom and Steel Art Gallery, Brigg, N Lincolnshire, exhibited four abstract bronzes and three Relief sculptures.

2012. Wheathills. Radbourne, Derbyshire. Exhibiting  Abstract Relief Sculptures. Landscapes and Still Life's.


2012. Pyatt and Hesbrook. Ashbourne, Derbyshire. Exhibiting industrial landscapes and Peak District landscapes.


2012  Blackheath Gallery, Blackheath. London. Bronze Sculptures.


2011. November. One Man Show. Pyatt and Hesbrook. Ashbourne, Derbyshire. Bronze Sculptures. Relief Sculptures and Pastels.


2011. November to January 2012. Blackheath Gallery. Blackheath. London.  Bronze Sculptures.


Trent College. Nottingham. One Man Show. 2008. Pastels and paintings. Still Life and Landscape.


South Yorkshire Art Gallery. 1999. 2000. 2001


Williamson Art Gallery. Birkenhead. 1979.


Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool.


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